EMS World

Ohio's First Responder Face-Off is a benefit game between area police and firefighters.
Gov. Cuomo's 2014 gun control law kept 75,000 mentally ill people from owning firearms, a measure he thinks could save lives around the country.
The daughter of a paramedic and firefighter, 12-year-old Mileena Painter was excited to receive firefighter patches donated by Myrtle Beach Fire Department for her school project.
Hennepin County's ideas include police naloxone, a response czar, and more options for users to get clean.
Louisiana brothers Eric and Daniel Guiffreda were the second team to arrive last week.
The Hopedale Firefighters Association started a GoFundMe campaign after two families living in a duplex lost the entire home to a fire.
Balancing a job and rescue calls keeps United Hatzalah volunteers busy.
To reduce non-emergent 9-1-1 calls from homeless people and the elderly, the team will guide residents to the right resources they need.
Federal policy changes threaten hospitals' budgets for valuable public health services, like mental health crisis teams and a community paramedic program.
Firefighters and law enforcement personnel will battle it out in an American Red Cross blood drive to see who can gather more blood donors.
Nine Mile Rescue Squad is hosting a fundraiser to help pay for the captain's young nephew's funeral.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is reminding the public of the law to slow down or move over when emergency vehicles are approaching.
To save lives, volunteers installed free smoke alarms over MLK Day of Service Weekend.
When Israeli rescuers enter an Arab neighborhood, an unexpected cardiac save isn’t the only positive outcome.
With half the island still without drinkable water and power, many health care providers are unable to see patients.